WOMAN LOST IN THE SURF. Mrs. Kiel-tier's Kiel-tier's Kiel-tier's Clothing Found In Bathhouse Bathhouse Left Jewels with Friends. Mrs. Mary V. Hertler of 421 Herman Avenue. Guttenberg. K. J., was one of the party of .the "Lady Foresters' who went to Rockaway Beach on Wednesday for a day's outing. In the afternoon she visited iKeim's Bathing Pavilion, and Benjamin Kelm says he saw her hand a gold watch and chain, a pair of diamond earrings, and a diamond ring to three women friends before engaging a bathhouse. bathhouse. Then she entered the water . Yesterday Frank Hertler, the woman's husband, visited the P.ockaway Beach Police Station in search of his wife. He said he bad received a postal card from her telling him that she was going for a swim and would be late reaching home. He did not become alarmed until he awoke Thursday morning to find that she had not returned. While Hertler was In the station hone Policeman Peator came in. bringing Mrs. Hertler's clothes, which had been found in a bathhouse. It is supposed that she was drowned Hertler told the police that he thought it strange that the three friends of his w'fo should have left the beach without notifying the police that she was missing, and stranger still that none of them had communicated with him. -No -No one seems to know who the three women . were.